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Jamillah Palmer marked her Stoke City debut by scoring twice as they came from behind to beat Newcastle Utd 4-2 and move up into second place in the Northern Division.
Lizzy Fraser lobbed Newcastle in front with Natasha Lilly equalising, but an own goal by Anne-Marie Atherton put United back in the lead again. Laura Garside levelled matters once again before Palmer, recently signed from Wolverhampton Wanderers, secured victory for Stoke with two second half goals which sees them cut the gap on leaders Sheffield FC to four points.
Sporting Club Albion meanwhile leapt into the top half of the table on the back of a 4-1 win away to Leeds Utd. Jamie-Leigh Fowler opened the scoring for Albion after seven minutes but Leeds battled hard to get back on level terms via a powerful strike from Abbie Lee. After the break, Robyn James put Albion in control by netting twice and the prolific striker completed her hat-trick from the penalty spot.
These were the only two matches throughout the Premier League to survive the weather over the weekend, all of the others having been postponed.
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